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China Jails Students of Outspoken Minority Scholar

Seven Chinese students of a prominent Muslim minority professor who was sentenced to life in prison for separatism have been jailed for three to eight years after being convicted on the same charge, a rights lawyer said Monday.

Minority student enrollment at Southern Illinois University’s Edwardsville campus is the highest it’s been in at least two decades.

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Universities Building Again After Recession

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The University of Notre Dame campus is becoming a vast construction zone, leading a building boom that’s taking hold on campuses across the country as the economy improves.

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In recent months, some elected officials and veterans groups have expressed concern over added restrictions and reported difficulties in obtaining the benefits.

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Seven minority students stood trial on separatism charges Tuesday for working on a website run by a prominent Muslim Uighur scholar convicted on the same charge in far western China, a rights lawyer said.

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Corinthian Colleges to Shed Most of Its Schools

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Corinthian Colleges will sell most of its campuses in the midst of several investigations and lawsuits by federal and state regulators.

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Washington state is among the top states attracting international students to its colleges, according to new data released Monday by the Institute of International Education.

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A tuition increase that only University of Nebraska-Lincoln business and engineering students pay hasn’t swayed them from choosing those majors.

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A study of sub-baccalaureate programs in Washington state found that short-term certificates, which can be earned in less than a year, for the most part showed only small economic returns.

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Mexican authorities searching for 43 missing college students have found human remains in a new area of southern Guerrero state and are testing to see if they belong to the young men who last were seen in police custody a month ago, a government official said Monday.

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